The biblical name of God Yod-Heh-Vau-Heh (mistakenly referred to as “Jehovah”, “Yehovah”, “Yahveh” or “Jahveh”) consists of four letters and is therefore called Tetragrammaton. This name is mentioned 6828 times in the Old Testament of the Bible and is thus the most common biblical proper name. In the Kabbalah, this name has a specific meaning and also illustrates the gradual manifestation of God. Furthermore, it unites the four kabbalistic worlds and alchemical elements (fire, water, air and earth). The meaning of this name is the eternal divine reality, that is, “that which was, is, and will be.”

Fine Art Print on coated paper.

Limited to 18 pieces.

Emblem-imprint, signed, numbered and dated.

Picture size: 65 cm x 65 cm
Page size: 75 cm x 75 cm

(*Picture frame and passe-partout are not included.)